Accessibility Statement

Updated: April 2023

At Asian Culture and Media Alliance (ACMA), we are committed to ensuring accessibility and inclusivity in all aspects of our work. We recognize that barriers to accessibility can prevent individuals with disabilities or other accessibility needs from fully participating in our events and accessing our resources. As such, we strive to create a welcoming and accommodating environment for all individuals, including those with disabilities, by providing reasonable accommodations and ensuring accessibility to our events and resources.

To uphold this commitment, ACMA has adopted the following policy statement:

  • ACMA will make every effort to ensure that our events and resources are accessible to individuals with disabilities or other accessibility needs.
  • ACMA will provide reasonable accommodations upon request, including but not limited to: ASL interpretation, closed captioning, audio descriptions, large-print materials, and wheelchair accessibility.
  • ACMA will ensure that all of our digital resources, including our website and social media platforms, are accessible and conform to accessibility standards.
  • ACMA will regularly review and update our accessibility policies and procedures to ensure that we are meeting the needs of our community.

Accessibility on

ACMA has invested significant resources to develop our website,, accessible and easier to use for individuals with disabilities. We have enabled the UserWay Website Accessibility Widget, which is powered by a dedicated accessibility server, to improve compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1). The accessibility menu on our website can be enabled either by hitting the tab key when the page first loads or by clicking the accessibility menu icon that appears on the corner of the page.

Continual Improvement

ACMA is committed to continually improving and remedying any accessibility issues on our website. We regularly scan with UserWay’s Accessibility Scanner to identify and fix any accessibility barriers. Despite our best efforts, some pages and content on our website may not be fully adapted to the strictest accessibility standards. This may be due to the lack of an appropriate technological solution.

Grievance Procedure

We also recognize that despite our best efforts, there may be instances where we fall short of meeting the needs of our community. To address such instances, ACMA has established a grievance procedure to ensure that individuals with accessibility concerns have a means of recourse. The procedure is as follows:

  • Any individual with a complaint or grievance related to accessibility at an ACMA event or resource should submit their complaint in writing to ACMA’s Accessibility Coordinator within 10 days of the event or incident.
  • The Accessibility Coordinator will investigate the complaint and provide a written response within 30 days of receipt of the complaint.

If you encounter any difficulty accessing any content or require assistance with any part of our site, please contact us during normal business hours. If you wish to report an accessibility issue, file a complaint, or have any questions or concerns about our accessibility policies, please contact us using the following information:

Primary Contact: Ms. Cathlyn Choi (She/Hers)

Email: cathlyn at

Phone: [six one nine, seven eight nine, one eight one one]

In Conclusion

Asian Culture and Media Alliance (ACMA) is committed to ensuring that all individuals have equal access to our events and resources. We believe that by prioritizing accessibility, we can build a more inclusive and welcoming community that celebrates the diversity of all individuals.